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SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY 

UK General passenger department 



San Francisco Gal. 
Nov. 14th, 1906. 



Dear Sir : 

I am handing you herewith a copy of our 
latest publication, entitled "San Francisco Hotels." 
The many unfounded rumors and statements made 
with reference to the ability of our city to take 
care of its visitors has prompted its publication. 

Presuming that you may have already en- 
countered questions bearing upon this subject and 
you are possibly interested, I take the liberty of 
handing you the enclosed copy. 

Trusting you will be able to put same to good 
use and with best wishes, I am, 
Yours truly, 

GHAS. S. FEE, 

Pass. Traffic Manager. 




INTRODUCTORY 



MANY unfounded rumors have been sent abroad in relation to hotel accommoda- 
tions in San Francisco. While at times some hotels are unable to care for all 
who register, yet that is true of all large cities under all conditions. In no 
line of business was rehabilitation so complete and thorough in San Francisco as in the 
caring for travelers. Good accommodations can be secured at all times at reasonable 
prices. The trouble seems to be that because of the great interest in San Francisco under 
present conditions, incidents that would pass unnoticed in other cities are heralded abroad 
as news items because of real or fancied relation to the wonderful work of reconstruction 
now under way. 

The attached list of hotels and lodging houses shows available rooms now ready for 
occupancy, as follows: 



San Francisco, 
Oakland 
Alameda - 
Berkeley, - 



Hotels. Lodging Houses 

2460 500 

771 99 

84 
358 



Your attention is directed to the moderate prices charged. Rooms may be secured 
by letter or telegraph. 



To indicate how the supply is keeping pace with the demand, the list also includes bona 
fide projects for increased facilities. From time to time this circular will be reissued and 
scattered over the country for the benefit of travelers, and will be filed =with Southern Paci- 
fic agents in the East, at addresses shown. 
Atlanta, Ga., 124 Peach Tree Street, Peters Building. 

J. F. Van Renssalaer General Agent 

Baltimore, Md., Baltimore and Hanover Streets. 

B. B. Barber Agent 

Boston, Mass., 170 Washington Street. 

E. E. Currier New England Agent 

Chicago, III, 120 Jackson Boulevard. 

W. G. Neimyer ( leneral Agent 

Cincinnati, Ohio, 53 East Fourth Street. 

W. H. Connor (leneral Agent 

Denver, Colo., 313 Railway Exchange Building. 

Wm. K. McAllister General Agent 

Detroit, Mich., 11 Fort Street, 

F. B. Choate General Agent 

El Paso, Texas. 

Alf. W. Cheesman General Agent, G. 11. & S. A. 

Houston, Texas. 

Thos. J. Anderson Gen. Pass Agent, G. II. & S. A. Ry. 

Kansas City, Mo., 901 Walnut Street, 

H. G. Kaill Asst, Gen Pass. Agent , IT. P. 1!. P. 

New Orleans, La., St. Charles Hotel Building. 

F. E. Batturs Gen. Pass. Agl,, M. L. & T. R. Et. 

New York, N. Y„ 349 Broadway. 

L. H. Nutting General Eastern Passenger Agent 

Philadelphia, Pa., 632 Chestnut Street, 

R. J. Smith Agent 

Pittsburg, Pa. 708-9 Park Building. 

G. G. Herring General Agent 

Seattle, Wash., 618 First Avenue. 

E. E. Ellis General Agent. 

St, Louis, Mo., 903 Olive Street, 

L. E. Townsley Genera! Agent 

Street cars meet all Southern Pacific trains in San Francisco, Oakland, Alameda and 
Berkeley, taking passengers direct to hotels. 



SAN FRANCISCO HOTELS 

NOW OPEN 



Name. Location. 

Alta Vista. ..... .930 Ellis St 

Anona Hotel 2910 San Bruno Ave 



Rooms. Plan. Rates. 

25 American $1.50 to $3.00 

20 American $1.50 and up 

Astor Hotel 1318 Golden Gate Ave 65 European $1.50 and up 

Atherton 1661 Octavia St. ... 40 American $2.50 and up 

Audubon 928 Ellis St 90 European $1.50 and up 

Baltimore . ( ieary St. & Van Ness A v. 100 European $2.00 and up 

Hon Air Stanyan and Oak Sts. 200 European $1.50 and up 

Bristol... .. 1528 Sutter St. .. . 90 American $3.50andup 

84 European $1 . 50 and up 

105 American and European. . . $4.00 & $2.50 

25 American $1.50 and up 

68 American $0.50 and up 

100 American $4.00 and up 

22 American $1.25 and up 

104 European $1 . 50 and up 

350 European and American . . $2.00 and up 

12 American $150 per month and up 

23 American $2.50 and up 

16 Europ. and Amer., $2.00 & $4.00 and up 

120 European $2. 00 and up 

SO European $1 .00 and up 

22 European $1 . 00 and up 

20 European $2.00 and up 

20 American $1.50 and up 

100 European $0. 75 and up 

St. Francis Union Square 185 European $2.00 and up 

St. Margarets Hotel. 1205 Gough St. . . 28 American $30.00 per mo 

Savoy Ellis St. & Van Xess A v. 250 European $1.00 and up 

Versailles 1349 McAllister St. . 22 European $2.50 and up 

The Waldemar. . .300 Baker St 75 American $40 to $100 per month 

Whits Palace. . Market, opp. Van Xess 500 European $0.50 and up 



Dolores 2606 Market St 

I lorchester Sutter & Gough Sts.. 

Earl Cliff 1201 Gough St 

East Lake Hotel. Webster and Bay Sts. 
El Drisco Hotel. . 2901 Pacific Av. . . . 
Helvetia Hotel. . .3884 Mission St. . . . 

Imperial 951 Eddy St 

Jefferson Turk and Gough Sts. 

Knickerbocker Hotel, 2570 Fillmore St. 
*Little Palace . . Post tv Leavenworth 

Lorraine Hotel. . .1635 Sutter St 

Majestic Sutter & Gough Sts. 

Martinet 1 101 ( ieary St 

McAllister 1412 McAllister St. . 

Monopole 1001 Golden Gate Av. 

Monte CristO Hotel, 600 Presidio Ave.. 
Xord Hotel 4th and Howard Sts. 



♦Palace Hotel management. 19 additional rooms will be open& 
December 1st. A splendid Cafe is run in connection therewith. 



Annex, 



THE PALACE HOTEL 

Contracts have been let and the work of demolishing the walls of the old hotel is now 
progressing. The new building will occupy the entire Market Street frontage, but ninety - 
four feet will be reserved in the rear for grass and flowers. The famous court will be re- 
produced with some changes. The building will cost $3,500,000, with an additional 
$700,000 for furnishing, and will contain seven hundred rooms, each with bath. There 
will be nine stories. 

To care for visitors while the new structure is being built, the owners have 
erected the Little Palace on the corner of Post and Leavenworth streets. 

The temporary structure contains 42 rooms, 23 of which are now ready for occu- 
pancy and the remainder will be completed by December first. 

In planning and furnishing the "baby palace" its management has provided large 
grill rooms capable of accommodating two hundred people, ladies' lounging room 
and gentlemen's reading room, keeping the convenience and comfort of guests ever 
in mind, so characteristic of and which made the old Palace world famous. 

THE FAIRMONT HOTEL 

The Fairmont occupies an entire block on Nob Hill, bounded by Powell, California, 
Mason and Sacramento Streets. Its position, commanding the city, bay and surrounding 
mountains, makes it exceedingly interesting. While the woodwork was burned in the 
recent fire, the walls were not damaged. It is being rapidly refitted in magnificent style. 
A fine ballroom and splendid banquet hall are among the distinctive features of this 
palatial establishment Its seven stories with their six hundred rooms, decorated by 
skilled artists, will be equipped with every convenience for the comfort of its guests. 
The Fairmont will be ready for occupancy about March 1st. 

THE ST. FRANCIS HOTEL 

With the completion of the new north wing, the St. Francis will have over 650 rooms, 
more than 85 per cent of which will have baths in connection. The management is install- 
ing every appliance which modern ingenuity has devised to insure comfort and conven- 
ience. The object is to make the St. Francis known the world over as a hotel unexcelled. 
It will be ready for occupancy next summer, and in the meantime the Annex in the park 
adjoining will care for guests. 

In the midst of the ruins this annex is a veritable oasis. Here guests will find every 
comfort of a metropolitan hotel of the first rank. The rooms will be equipped with all 
modern conveniences, and the same service which has always represented the- best ef- 
forts of the management will be at the command of its patrons . In the main hotel 
building the Rathskeller, the most unique grill room in the United States, will resume 
its usual service and offer guests the best that California can offer. 



APARTMENT HOUSES 

NOW OPEN 

Name. Location. Rooms. Rates 

Buchanan Apartments. . 415 Buchanan St. .20 aprts., 3 and 4 rooms $45 to $55 

Gainsborough 2889 Pacific Av ... 12 aprts., 4 rooms . . . $40 

Griffin Apartments 500 Fillmore Si 19 aprcs., 2 rooms $25 to $40 per mo. 

Lafayette Apartments . .2135 Sacramento St. 12 aprts., 5 and (5 rooms each. . $40 to $65 

Laguna 1898 Market St 32 aprts., 2 and 3 rooms §40 to $80 

Malta 2285 Markel Si 40 aprts.. 4 rooms $50 to $90 

41 aprts., 2 and 3 rooms $30 to $60 

and 25 single rooms $0.50 and up 

Maryland 315 Page St .... 170 aprts,, 2 and 4 rooms $50 and up 

Regillus Apartments. . . 1700 Pacific Av. . 10 aprts.. li and 7 rooms . $05 to $110 

St. Beryl 117 Geary St $30.00 and up 

St. Cecil 12230ctaviaSt $30.00andup 

St. Hilaire 1523 Laguna St. . .24 aprts.. 3 and 4 rooms $45 to $00 

Santa Ynes 2127 Fillmore St .35 aprts., 2 and 3 rooms.. .$50 and $65 month 

Sheffield 1016 Pine St $30 00 and up 

Tyron < colden Gate Av. and Laguna St $25 and up 



SAN FRANCISCO PROJECTED HOTELS 

Location. No. Rooms. Remarks. 

Bush and Jones St s., N. \V. cor 63 Three stories. Ready Jan. 1, 1907 

Bush St., N. line,-E. of Mason 200 

Clay and Sansome, N. W. corner Two-story office and hotel building 

Powell and Ellis N. E. corner 250 Golden West Hotel will l>e rebuilt on old 

site and under same management. 

Ellis St., north line, near Mason 200-250 AH modern appliances 

Ellis and Anna, near Powell 200 Five storie~ Heady May 1, 1907. 

E. H. Clute, Manager. 

Fddy St., south line, near Taj lor. . 63 < 'Id Colonade Hotel site 

Fifth and Folsom. S. \\ . cor 125 Reinforced concrete 

Fifth and Mission. 8. W. cor 400 Management of Geo. \V. Hooper, formerly 

of Octavia Hotel 



SAN FRANCISCO PROJECTED HOTELS 
CONTINUED 

Location. No. Rooms. Remarks. 

Fourth and Mission Sts 350 Under construct ion. 

Geary St., near Powell 125 Hotel Alexander. W. E. Zander, Manager, 

formerly of St. Nicholas 

(lough and Sutter 250 

Market and Stevenson Sts 108 Four stories. Under construction 

Market, Davis and Pine Sts ISO Six stories, reinforced concrete; cost $1 50,- 

000. Harry & Sol Lichenstein, Mgrs. 

Nob Hill, near Fairmont Hotel, 198 apartments and 800 rooms Cost $1,000,001) 

Post and dough, S. E. corner 175 

Post and Leavenworth Sts 150 Heady December 1, 1906. M. Johnson, Mgr. 

Powell and deary Sts 200 Hotel Si ewarl 

Sixth and Howard, S. W. corner. . . .200-250 Four stories and basement. Brick 

Sixth St., W. line, N. of Mission Reinforced concrete 

Stockton and Vallejo Sts 70 Three stories; will cost .$25,500 

Sutter and Hyde Sts., N. W. cor 200 .Seven stories. Hotel Granada 

Sutter and Octavia Sts Court designed after that of Palace 

M. S. Mullen, Manager 

Third and Clementina, N. W. corner .220 Seven story steel. Cost $165,000 

Third and Clementina. N. E. corner. . . 250 Cost $100,000 

Third and Townsend Sts Cost $75,000 

Third and Minna Sts 210 Eight stories. St?el and concrete 

Third and Mission 300 

Turk, bet. Polk and Larkin ISO 

Turk St., S. line, E. of Leavenworth . .50-60 Three stories and basement 

Van Ness Av. and Ellis St 100 Five story addition to Hotel Savoy 

Virginia Hotel, dough & Sutter Sts. ... 200 ... .To be built by the Virginia Hotel Co . 



SAN FRANCISCO PROJECTED APARTMENT AND 
LODGING HOUSES 

Location. No. Rooms. Remarks. 

Eleventh and Harrison Sts. 70 Lodging 

Franklin and Fulton Sts., N. W. cor. . :-54 Lodging 

Fourth ;iik1 Harrison Sis.. X. W. cor. . 2411 Lodging 

The Gladstone. 706 Polk Si 90 Lodging. Strictly firsl class; ready Decem- 

Larkin and Ellis Sts.. S. \Y. corner. ber L5th. 

Nineteenth and Mission Sts Apartment; cost $15,000 

< >' 1 :n rt-U St., S. line, near Taylor. 

Washington and Lyon Sts Apartment; cosl $30,000 

OAKLAND HOTELS 
\o\\ open 

Name. Location. Rooms. Plan. Rates. 

Arlington 9th & Washington Sts. 60 A rican and European. $2.00 up and 

si .50 up. 

Alliens 1304 Broadway. To American $3.00andu] 

Brunswick 953 Washington St. 50 European $1.50to$2.5l 

Crellin. . L6th and Washington. so American and European $3.00 up am 

si 50 U] 

Gibson L016 day Si 100 European si mi and u] 

Hamilton L5th and San Pablo. 55 European .. .$0.75 and uj 

Metropole. . 13th and Jefferson 150 American and European $3.00 up am 

si .50 u | 

Raymond.. 1 2th and Clay. . W American and European . .$2.00 up an< 

$] 50 u] 

Royal L226 Broadway 65 European $0.50andu] 

"The Teddy". . 920 Franklin Si 35 European $1.00andu] 

Touraine 14th and Clay Sts 66 American $3.50 and uj 



OAKLAND LODGING HOUSES 

NOW OPEN 



Name. Location. 

Golden West Eighth St., near Franklin . 

Winchester Ninth St., near Broadway.. 



Rooms. 


Rates. 


76 


SO. 75 to $1.50 


23 


$0.50 to $1.50 



OAKLAND PROJECTED HOTELS 

Location. Rooms. Remarks. 

Broadway, near Twenty-second 156 Three stories. Cos! $100,001) 

Fifteenth and San Pablo 300 Eleven stories. Erected by the Dunn es- 
tate. Cost $300,000 

San Pablo and Grove 150 Reinforced concrete. < lost $1 10,000. Ceo . 

McNear, Manager 

Twelfth and Franklin— St. Marks 200 Open in near future. Fred Dodd, Manager 

ALAMEDA HOTELS 

NOW OPEN 

Name. Plan. Rooms. Rates. Location. 

Park Hotel. . . European 35 $1.00 per day Corner Park & Encinal 

St. James American 25 $2.50 per day St. Clara & Chestnut Sts. 

The Palms . . . .American 24 $2.50 per day Central Ave. A: Broadway 

BERKELEY HOTELS 

NOW OPEN 
Forty Minutes From San Francisco. 

Name. Location. Rooms. Plan. Rates. 

Berkeley Inn 2250 Telegraph Ave 60 American $2.50 and up 

Berkshire Bancroft and Telegraph. . . 53 Apartments $35 up per mo. 

Cloyne Court .... Ridge Rd. & LeRoy Ave . . 85 American $3 . 00 and up 

El Granada Bancroft and Telegraph. . . 120 Apartments $22.50 up per mo 

Hill Crest 2401 Le Conte Ave 20 American $1 . 50 and up 

Walworth College Ave. & Bancroft. . . 20 American $1.50 and up 



BERKELEY HOTELS PROJECTED 

Name. Location. Rooms. Plan. Rates. 

The Carlton Telegraph and Durant .... 100 American $2.50 and up 

Open January 1. 1907. 
*Claremont Clareniont Ave. A: Russell . 300 American A Europ. ; $3.00 up and 

Open May 1. 1907. $2.00 up 

Telegraph Ave. and Bancroft Way 200 

*NOTE. — The Hotel Clareniont. beautifully situated at the base of the Contra Costa 
Hills and overlooking San Francisco Bay, will, with its thirty acres of grounds and com- 
plete modern equipment, rival other famous hotels of California. Street cars to the 
door. 

OTHER SUBURBAN HOTELS 



Plan. Rates. 

American S3 00 and up 







NOW OPEN 






Time from 


Name. 


Location 


San Francisco. 


Belvedere . . . 


. . . , Belvedere 


....'. 40 min. 



Blythdale Mill Valley 55 min. American.. . .$12.50 up per week 

Via Sausahto. 

Bon Air Eecalle 50 min. American. 82 •"»<> per day 

California San Rafael 50 min. American $1.00 and up 

Cosmopolitan. . .San Rafael 50 min. American . SI 25 per day 

Cypress Villa San Rafael 50 min. American 

Grand Central . San Rafael. 50 min. American $8.00 per week 

Hollyoaks Sausahto 40 min. American $10.00 up per week 

.Ionian San Rafael 50 min. American $8.00 up per week 

Marin San Rafael 50 min. American $1.25 per day 

National San Rafael 50 min. American $5.00 per week 

Rafael San Rafael 50 min. American $3.50 per day 

Sohnell Sausahto 40 min. American . .$7.00 to $12.00 per w'k 

Tavern of Tamalpais, Mt. Tamalpais European $1.00 per night 

1 hr. 50 min., via Mill Valley. 



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INTRODUCTORY 



MANY unfounded rumors have been sent abroad in relation to hotel accommoda- 
tions in San Francisco. While at times some hotels are unable to care for all 
who register, yet that is true of all large cities under all conditions. In no 
line of business was rehabilitation so complete and thorough in San Francisco as in the 
caring for travelers. Good accommodations can be secured at all times at reasonable 
prices. The trouble seems to be that because of the great interest in San Francisco under 
(~ resent conditions, incidents that would pass unnoticed in other cities are heralded abroad 
as news items because of real or fancied relation to the wonderful work of reconstruction 
now under way. 

The attached list of hotels and lodging houses shows available rooms now ready for 
occupancy, as follows: 

Hotels. Lodging Houses 

San Francisco, 5167 1200 

Oakland 856 331 

Alameda ------- 8-1 

Berkeley, ------- 358 

Your attention is directed to the moderate prices charged. Rooms may be secured 
by letter or telegraph. 



To indicate how the supply is keeping pace with the demand, the list also includes bona 
fide projects for increased facilities. From time to time this circular will be reissued and 
scattered over the country for the benefit of travelers, and will be filed with Southern 
Pacific agents in the East, at addresses shown. 
Atlanta, Ga., 124 Peach Tree Street, Peters Building. 

J. F. Van Renssalaer General Agent 

Baltimore, Md., Baltimore and Hanover Streets. 

B. B. Barber Agent 

Boston, Mass., 170 Washington Street. 

E. E. Currier New England Agent 

Chicago, 111., 120 Jackson Boulevard. 

W. G. Neimyer General Agent 

Cincinnati, Ohio, 53 East Fourth Street. 

W. H. Connor General Agent 

Denver, Colo., 313 Railway Exchange Building. 

Wm. K. McAllister General Agent 

Detroit, Mich., 11 Fort Street. 

F. B. Choate General Agent 

El Paso, Texas. 

Alf. W. Cheesman General Agent, G. H. & S. A. 

Houston, Texas. 

Thos. J. Anderson Gen. Pass. Agent, G. H. & S. A. Ry. 

Kansas City, Mo., 901 Walnut Street. 

H. G. Kaill Asst. Gen Pass. Agent, U. P. R. R. 

New Orleans, La., St. Charles Hotel Building. 

F. E. Batturs Gen. Pass. Agt., M. L. & T. R. R. 

New York, N. Y., 349 Broadway. 

L. H. Nutting General Eastern Passenger Agent 

Philadelphia, Pa., 632 Chestnut Street. 

R. J. Smith Agent 

Pittsburg, Pa. 708-9 Park Building. 

G. G. Herring General Agent 

Seattle, Wash., 608 First Avenue. 

E. E. Ellis General Ag»nt 

St. Louis, Mo., 903 Olive Street. 

L. E. Townslet General Agent 

Street cars meet all Southern Pacific trains in San Francisco, Oakland, Alameda and 
Berkeley, taking passengers direct to hotels. 




The St. Francis Hotel showing constructing of third wing and temporary "St. Francis" in foreground 



SAN FRANCISCO HOTELS 



Name. 



Location. 



NOW OPEN 
Rooms. Plan. 



Rates 



Alexandria 2018 Bush St 14 

Alta Vista 930 Ellis St 25 

Anona 2910 San Bruno Ave 20 

Argo 2432 Mission St 32 

Astor 1318 Golden Gate Ave 65 

Atherton 1661 Octavia St. . . . 40 

Audubon 928 Ellis St 90 

Baltimore Geary St. & Van Ness Av. 100 

Bay View 570 Harrison St. . . 35 

Bon Air Stanyan and Oak Sts. 200 

Bristol 1528 Sutter St 90 

Carlton 721 Turk St 63 

Carmel 1859 Post St 62 

Cecil 1S05 Franklin cor Clay 20 

Congress 727 Turk St 24 

Congress, .n.e.cr. Fillmore & Ellis . . 102 

Crystal Franklin & McAllister 75 

Dolores 2606 Market St 84 

Dorchester Sutter & Gough Sts.. 105 

Earl Cliff 1201 Gough St 25 

East Lake Webster and Bay Sts. 68 

El Drisco 2901 Pacific Ave ... 100 

Fillmore 1714 O'Farrell St. . 29 

Franklin 1239 Franklin 65 

Grand Pacific. Market nr. Van Ness 140 

Hamlin. .Eddy St. nr Leavenworth . 100 

Helvetia 3884 Mission St. . . 22 

Hemphill 2020 Broadwav 20 

Imperial- 951 Eddy St 104 

Inturbide Van Ness & Fulton 50 

Jefferson Turk and Gough Sts. 350 

Kirk. N.E.cor. Haight & Stanyan. . 60 

Knickerbocker Hotel, 2576 Fillmore St. 12 

Little Palace* .... Post & Leavenworth 6 1 

Lorraine 1635 Sutter St 16 

Majestic Sutter & Gough Sts. 120 

Majestic Annex. .1529 Sutter St — 

Martinet 1101 Geary St 80 

McAllister 1412 McAllister St. . 22 

Monopole 1001 Golden Gate Av. 20 

Monte Cristo 600 Presidio Ave. . 20 

Norden 4th and Howard Sts. 100 

Oxford Post & Franklin 50 

Parisien Webster & California 16 

Regal 3rd & Folsom Sts. 75 

St. Beryl, 1117 Geary St.. W. of Van Ness 52 

St. Francis Union Square 185 

St. George 8th & Howard Sts. . 600 

St. Margarets 1205 Gough St. . . 28 

Savoy Ellis St. & Van Ness Av 250 

Splendid 1102 Masonic Ave 26 

Stanley. . 1542 California St. bet . . . — 
Polk and Larkin Sts. 



American $1.50 and up 

American $1.50 to $3.00 

American $1 . 50 and up 

European $1.00 and up 

European $1 . 50 and up 

American $2 . 50 and up 

European $1 . 50 and up 

European $2.00 and up 

Amer. and European . $1.00 to $2.00 

European $0.75 to $2.00 

American $3.50 and up 

European $1 . 50 and up 

European $1 .50 and up 

American $3.00 and up 

European $ 1 . 00 and up 

$1.50 and up 

European $1.00 to $2.50 

European $1 . 50 and up 

American and European. . . . $4.00 & $2.50 

American $1.50 and up 

American $0 . 50 and up 

American $4.00 and up 

European $2.00 

European $1 . 00 and up 

American and Europ. .$1.50 and up 

European $1.50 and up 

American $1 . 25 and up 

American $3.00 and up 

European $1 . 50 and up 

European $1 .00 and 'up 

American and European . . . $2 . 00 and up 

American $1.50 and up 

American $5.00 and up 

American $2.50 and up 

Amer. and Europ., $2.00 & $4.00 and up 

European $2. 00 and up 

Amer. and European .. $3.00 & $5.00 up 

European $1 . 00 and up 

European $1 . 00 and up 

European $2 . 00 and up 

American $1 . 50 and up 

European $0 . 75 and up 

American and European ... $2 . 50 and up 

American $1.50 and up 

American $ .50 and up 

European $2 . 00 and up 

European $2. 00 and up 

American $0.50 and up 

American $30.00 per mo 

European $1 . 00 and up 

American $2.00to$5.00 

European $1.50 to $3.00 



"Palace Hotel Management. 



SAN FRANCISCO HOTELS— Continued 

Thorncroft 640 Golden Gate Ave 26 European $1 .50 to $3. 00 

Vermont .Valencia bet. 15th & 16th — Ameiican and European $1.50 and up 

Versailles 1349 McAllister St. . 22 European $2 . 50 and up 

Waldemar 300 Baker St 75 American $40 to $100 per month 

Wellington Golden Gate & Steiner 30 European $1 . 00 to $3 . 00 

White Palace. . . .Market, opp. Van Ness 500 European. ... $0 50 and up 

Yosemite Ill Turk St 54 European $ .50 to $1 .00 

THE PALACE HOTEL 

Contracts have been let and the work of demolishing the walls of the old hotel is now 
progressing. The new building will occupy the entire Market Street frontage, but ninety- 
four feet will be reserved in the rear for grass and flowers. The famous court will be re- 
produced with some changes. The building will cost $3,500,000, with an additional 
$700,000 for furnishing, and will contain seven hundred rooms, each with bath. There 
will be nine stories. 

To care for visitors while the new structure is being built, the owners have 
erected the Little Palace on the corner of Post and Leavenworth streets. 

The temporary structure contains 61 rooms, well furnished and provided with all 
necessary accessories. 

In planning and furnishing the "baby palace" its management has provided large 
grill rooms capable of accommodating two hundred people, ladies' lounging room 
and gentlemen's reading room, keeping the convenience and comfort of guests ever 
in mind, so characteristic of and which made the old Palace world famous. 

THE FAIRMONT HOTEL 

The Fairmont occupies an entire block on Nob Hill, bounded by Powell, California, 
Mason and Sacramento Streets. Its position, commanding the city, bay and surrounding 
mountains, makes it exceedingly interesting. While the woodwork was burned in the 
recent fire, the walls were not damaged. It is being rapidly refitted in magnificent style. 
A fine ballroom and splendid banquet hall are among the distinctive features of this 
palatial establishment. Its seven stories, with their six hundred rooms, decorated by 
•killed artists, will be equipped with every convenience for the comfort of its guests. 
The Fairmont will be ready for occupancy sometime in March. 

THE ST. FRANCIS HOTEL 

With the completion of the new north wing, the St v Francis will have over 650 rooms, 
more than 85 per cent of which will have baths in connection. The management is install- 
ing every appliance which modern ingenuity has devised to insure comfort and conven- 
ience. The object is to make the St. Francis known the world over as a hotel unexcelled. 
It will be ready for occupancy next summer, and in the meantime the Annex in the park 
adjoining will care for guests. 

In the midst of the ruins this annex is a veritable oasis. Here guests will find every 
comfort of a metropolitan hotel of the first rank. The rooms are equipped with all 
modern conveniences, and the same service which has always represented the best ef- 
forts of the management will be at the command of its patrons. In the main hotel 
building the Rathskeller, the most unique grill room in the United Slates, resumes 
its usual service and offers guests the best that California can afford. 



SAN FRANCISCO APARTMENT HOUSES 



NOW OPEN 



Name. 



Location. 



Rooms. 



Rates 



Arona 776 McAllister St . . 

Buchanan 415 Buchanan St. . 

Duboce Apts. .Duboce Ave. & Fillmore St.. 

Gainsborough 2889 Pacific Av . . . 

Griffin Apartments 500 Fillmore St. . 

Gladstone Eddy and Polk Sts. 



.33 $1.00 

26 aprts., 3 and 4 rooms $45 to $55 

. 300 $35 to $75 

12 aprts., 4 rooms $40 

. 19 aprts., 2 rooms $25 to $40 per mo. 

100 $25 and up 



Lafayette 2135 Sacramento St. 12 aprts., 5 and 6 rooms each. . $40 to $65 



Laguna 1898 Market St 

Malta 2285 Market St. 



.32 aprts., 2 and 3 rooms $40 to $80 

40 aprts., 4 rooms $50 to $90 

41 aprts., 2 and 3 rooms $30 to $60 

and 25 single rooms $0.50 and up 

179 aprts,, 2 and 4 rooms $50 and up 

. .10 aprts., 6 and 7 rooms $65 to $110 

$30.00 and up 

. .24 aprts., 3 and 4 rooms $45 to $60 

. 35 aprts., 2 and 3 rooms... $50 and $65 month 



Maryland 315 Page St . . . 

Regillus 1760 Pacific Av. . 

St. Cecil 1223 0ctaviaSt. . 

St. Hilaire 1523 Laguna St. . 

Santa Ynez 2127 Fillmore St 

Sheffield 1616 Pine St $30.00 and up 

Tyrone Golden Gate Av. and Laguna St $25 and up 



SAN FRANCISCO PROJECTED APARTMENT 
LODGING HOUSES 



AND 



Location. 



No. Rooms. 



Remarks. 



Blocks 13 and 14, Harrison and Alice Sts., $25,000, Large tourist and commer- 
cial hotel. 
Broadwav near Larkin . . . .$100,000, constructed by Enterprise Real Estate Co. 
60 



Bush near Powell . . . 

California St., East of 4th Ave. . 

Devisadero and McAllister 

Denver House. . .3rd and Xatoma. 31 

East St nr Mission St 100 

Eleventh and Harrison Sts 70 

Franklin and Fulton Sts., N. W. cor. . . 
Fourth and Harrison Sts., N. W. cor. . 

Geary and Williams, N. W. Cor 

Guerrero St near 1 2th St 

Larkin and Ellis Sts., S. W. corner. . . . 

Nineteenth and Mission Sts 

X. W. Cor. Montgomery & Green 
N.E. Co Bush and Powell 

N.E.Cor. Ellis & Anna Lane 



Walon Apartments, cost $125,000 

cost $25,000 

Aprts. K>. S rooms each, cost $40,000 

Edward Rocklin, Promoter 

Biick Building 

Lodging 

34 Lodging 

240 Lodging 

Apartments; 2 and 3 rooms: 8 stories; 
Apartments 16, cost $25,000 



N.E.Cor. California and Hvde . 
O'Farrell St., S. line, near Taylor. 

Pacific and Hyde. 

Powell and Filbert Sts 



Turk St., west of Hyde. . . 

Valencia, near 21st 

Washington and Lyon Sts. 



Apartment: cost $15,000 

Cost, $54,000 

Kemlworth Apartments, cost $75,- 
000, will be completed in April. 
5 stories, Irving M. Scott Estate, 
Cost, $100,000 
Cost, $65,000, M. D. Huse, Promoter 

Apartments; 4 rooms each; ready Feb. 1st 

Aparts 15, 3 stories, cost $25,000, 

Geo. Herd, Owner 

Cost $40,000 

Cost $24,000 

Apartments $30,000 



SAN FRANCISCO PROJECTED HOTELS 

Location. No. Rooms. Remarks. 

Bush and Jones Sts., N. W. cor 63 Three stories. Ready Jan. 1, 1907 

Bush St , N. line, E. of Mason 200 

Clay and Sansome, N. W. corner Two-story office and hotel building 

Powell and Ellis N. E. corner 250 Golden West Hotel will be rebuilt on old 

site and under same management. 

Ellis St., north line, near Mason 200-250 All modern appliances 

Ellis and Anna, near Powell 200 Five stories. Ready May 1. 1907. 

E. R. Clute, Manager. 

Eddy St., south line, near Taylor 63 Old Colonade Hotel site 

Fell and Market 150 Opens January 1st 

Fifth and Folsom, S. W. cor 125 Reinforced concrete 

Fifth and Mission S. W. cor 400 Management of Geo. W. Hooper, formerly 

of Occidental Hotel 

Fourth and Mission Sts 350 Under construction 

Fourth and Howard Sts 200 3 stories. Royal House, cost . . $135,000 

Geary St., near Powell 125 Hotel Alexander. W. E. Zander, Manager, 

formerly of St. Nicholas 
Geary St., near Powell 130 Van Courtland European plan, to be opened 

in middle of February. 

Geary and Taylor, S. W. Cor 256 Hotel Bellevue. Seven stories; $550,000. 

E. S. DeWolf, Mgr. 

Gough and Sutter 250 

Gough Street 268 4 stories, cost $25,000, E. S. Gold- 
stein & Co., Promoters 

Howard, bet. 3d & 4th Sts 56 Cost $45,000 

Market and Stevenson Sts 108 Four stories. Under construction 

Market, Davis and Pine Sts 180 Eight stories, reinforced concrete; cost 

$150,000. Harry & Sol Lichenstein, Mgrs. 

Nob Hill, near Fairmont Hotel, 198 apartments and 800 rooms Cost $1,000,000 

O'Farrell bet. Mason and Powell 126 Seven stories; Sanford L. Goldstein 

Post and Gough. S. E. corner 175 

Post, bet. Leavenworth & Jones 150 Ready Feb. 15. M. Johnson, Mgr. 

Post, near Mason Hayston Hotel. 

Powell and Geary Sts 200 Hotel Stewart 

Sixth and Howard, S. W. corner .... 200-250 Four stories and basement. Brick 

Sixth St., W. line, N. of Mission Reinforced concrete 

Stockton and Vallejo Sts 70 Three stories; will cost $25,500 

Sutter and Hyde Sts., N. W. cor 200 Seven stories. Hotel Granada 

Sutter and Octavia Sts Court designed after that of Palace 

M. S. Mullen, Manager 

Third and Clementina, N. W. corner . . 220 Seven story steel. Cost $165,000 

Third and Clementina. N. E. corner. . . 250 Cost $100,000 

Third and Tehama — Five-story brick; cost $125,000. Rolkin & 

Sharp. 

Third and Townsend Sts Cost $75,000 

Third and Minna Sts 210 Eight stories. Steel and concrete 

Third and Mission 300 

Third, near Market 350 American and European plan 

Turk St., S. fine, E. of Leavenworth . .50-60 Three stories and basement 

Turk, bet. Polk and Larkin 180 

Turk and Taylor, N. E. Cor Four stories and basement ; brick ; cost, 

$64,000. A. and H. M. Englander. 

Van Ness Ave. and Ellis St 100 Five story addition to Hotel Savoy 

Van Ness bet. Fulton and McAllister. .162 Four stories; opens February 1st. 

Virginia Hotel, Gough & Sutter Sts 260 Four stories: cost $225,000. To be built 

by the Virginia Hotel Co. 



OAKLAND HOTELS 

NOW OPEN 



Name. Location. Rooms. Plan. Rates. 

Arlington. . . .9th & Washington Sts. . . 70 American andEurop. . $2.00 and $1.50 up 

Athens 1304 Broadway 70 American $3.00 and up 

Brunswick 953 Washington St. . . . 55 European $1 . 00 to $2 . 50 up 

Central 616 12th St 120 European $1.50 up 

Crellin 16th and Washington. 80 American and European ... .$3.00 up and 

$1.50 up 

Gibson 1016 Clay St 50 European $1 00 and up 

Hamilton 15th and San Pablo. . . 55 European $0 . 75 and up 

Metropole 13th and Jefferson . . . 150 American and European . . . .$3.00 up and 

$1.50 up 

Raymond. .Jefferson St. bet. 11th & 12th 40 American and European $2.00 up 

and $1 . 50 up 

Royal 1226 Broadway 65 European $0 . 50 and up 

The "Teddy" . .920 Franklin St 35 European $1 . 00 and up 

Touraine 14th and Clay Sts .... 66 American $3 . 50 and up 



OAKLAND LODGING HOUSES 

NOW OPEN 

Name. Location. Rooms. Rates. 

Golden West Eighth St., near Franklin ... 76 $0.75 to $1.50 

Winchester Ninth St., near Broadway.. . . 23 $0.50 to $1.50 

Newland 852 Washington St 72 $0.50 and up 

Victoria 86 H Clay St 45 $0.50 and up 

Portland 462 9th St 65 $0.50 and up 

Clarendon 855 Washington 58 $0 . 50 and up 



Location. 




Rooms. 


Broadway, near Twenty-second. . 


. ... 156 


Fifteenth and San Pablo. 




. . . . 300 








Harrison St. bet. 13th 


and 14th Sts. 


San Pablo and Grove. . . 




. . . . 150 



OAKLAND PROJECTED HOTELS 

Remarks. 

Three stories. Cost $100,000 

Eleven stories. Erected by the Dunn es- 
tate. Cost $300,000 

Cost, $2,000,000 

Cost $100,000 

Reinforced concrete. Cost $110,000. Geo. 
McNear, Manager 
Twelfth and Franklin — St. Marks. .200 S stories, open in near future, Fred 

Dodd, Manager 

12th and Jefferson St 50 Frame building. Cost $35,000 

Broadway & 22d St 250 Key Route Hotel, cost $225,000 

Telegraph Ave. bet. 19th & 20th 66 The Hatherly. Cost $45,000 

Albion, near Telegraph 40 Fisch Hotel. Cost $25,000 

11th Ave. near East 12th St 60 Knauer Hotel. Cost $25,000 

ALAMEDA HOTELS 

NOW OPEN 

Name. Plan. Rooms. Rates. Location. 

Park Hotel. . . . European 35 $1 . 00 per day Corner Park & Encinal 

St. James American 25 $2 . 50 per day St. Clara & Chestnut Sta. 

The Palms .... American 24 $2 . 50 per day Central Ave. & Broadway 

ALAMEDA PROJECTED HOTELS 

Corner Union and San Jose Aves E. A. Phelps 

BERKELEY HOTELS 

NOW OPEN 

Forty Minutes From San Francisco. 
Name. Location. Rooms. Plan. Rates. 

Berkeley Inn 2250 Telegraph Ave 60 American $2.50 and up 

Berkshire Bancroft and Telegraph. . . 53 Apartments $35 up per mo. 

Cloyne Court . . . .Ridge Rd. & LeRoy Ave . . 85 American $3.00 and up 

El Granada Bancroft and Telegraph. . . 120 Apartments $22 . 50 up per mo 

Hill Crest 2401 Le Conte Ave 20 American $1.50 and up 

Walworth College Ave. & Bancroft . . 20 American $1.50 and up 



BERKELEY HOTELS PROJECTED 

Name. Location. Rooms. Plan. Rates. 

The Carlton, Telegraph & Durant. . 133 American $3 .00 and up 

Open March 1, 1907. 

Claremont* Claremont Ave. & Russell . 300 American & Europ. ; $3.00 up and 

Open May 1, 1907. $2.00 up 

Lafayette Hall. Dwight Way, near Ellsworth. 183 Open Jan. 1, 1907. 
Telegraph Ave. and Bancroft Way 200 

♦NOTE. — The Hotel Claremont, beautifully situated at the base of the Contra Costa 
Hills and overlooking San Francisco Bay, will, with its thirty acres of grounds and com- 
plete modern equipment, rival other famous hotels of California. Street cars to the 
door. 



OTHER SUBURBAN HOTELS 

NOW OPEN 

Time from 

Name. Location. San Francisco. Plan. Rates. 

Belvedere Belvedere 40 min. American $3 . 00 and up 

Blythdale Mill Valley 55 min. American $12.50 up per week 

Via Sausalito. 

Bon Air Escalle 50 min. American $2 . 50 per day 

California San Rafael 50 min. American $1 . 00 and up 

Cosmopolitan. . . . San Rafael 50 min. American $1 . 25 per day 

Cypress Villa .... San Rafael 50 min. American 

Grand Central . . .San Rafael 50 min. American $8.00 per week 

Hollyoaks Sausalito 40 min. American. . . .$10.00 up per week 

Jordan San Rafael 50 min. American $8.00 up per week 

Marin San Rafael 50 min. American $1 . 25 per day 

National San Rafael 50 min. American $5.00 per week 

Rafael San Rafael 50 min. American $3.50 per day 

Schnell Sausalito 40 min. American . . $7.00 to $12.00 per w'k 

Tavern of Tamalpais, Mt. Tamalpais European $1.00 per night 

1 hr. 50 min., via Mill Valley. 



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DRAWING ROOM and TOURIST SLEEPERS 

Personally Conducted Excursion Car Parties . in charge of 
\ experienced and intelligent conductors to and from 
Chicago, Cincinnati and Washington over the 

SUNSET ROUTE 

THE COMFORTABLE WAY FOR WINTER TRIPS 



Connections made at New Orleans with all trains for the North and East or Southern 

Pacific's New-Orleans-New York Steamship lines luxurious new steamers 

for New York and Havana. Tickets including New York 

steamer trip cost no more than for an all rail route. 




CHAS. S. FEE 

Passenger Traffic Manager 



JAS. HORSBURGH, Jr 

General Passenger Agent 



Flood Building, San Francisco, Cal. 



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